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From Ken Ramirez <krami...@TheJavaThinkTank.org>
Subject Re: The "Gems" Project
Date Mon, 13 Dec 2004 23:14:25 GMT
Sure. Needs to be changed to what?

Ken



Youssef Mohammed wrote:

>Coool ... wish you luck ...
>
>I just think that this sentence 
>" .... use them in Portlet Containers like Pluto, eXo, LifeRay,
>Jetspeed-2, etc."
>need to be changed. 
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>On Mon, 13 Dec 2004 12:37:01 -0700, Ken Ramirez
><kramirez@thejavathinktank.org> wrote:
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>>Today, the Portlet community projects on Java.net welcomed a new project
>>named "Gems".
>>
>>The goal behind Gems is to position itself as the primary home of
>>JSR-168 Compliant portlets. Think of these portlets as the Gems of a
>>portal page.
>>
>>Since the license for this project is ASF based, others can contribute
>>to the project, use the code as they wish, and modify it.
>>
>>Additionally, the project's portlets can be lifted and used in both
>>commercial products such as Bea Portal or IBM Portal, as well as Open
>>Source portal platforms such as JetSpeed, eXo, and LifeRay.
>>
>>The project will attempt to be the single place where all can learn
>>about and turn to when looking for a general set of portlets that can
>>provide services such as:
>>
>>   * E-Mail access
>>   * RSS feeds
>>   * Calculator
>>   * Calendar
>>   * Sports Scores
>>   * CMS content access and management
>>   * Horoscope
>>   * Games
>>   * Google Search Portlet
>>   * Ads by Google Portlet
>>   * And much more
>>
>>Please feel free to contribute to the project as well as to join the
>>various mailing lists to receive announcements of changes or ask
>>questions of the developers and the project's community.
>>
>>The project's site is located at:
>>http://gems.dev.java.net/
>>
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